May 2020 Online Learning and Digital Collaboration Learning Opportunities

Week of May 25 – May 29

Tuesday, May 26

11:00am-12:15pm: Summer 2020 Vision: Remastering Your Research Experience – Module Three Debrief

If you are participating in our four-week planning process for redesigning your summer research project(s), part of our Summer 2020 Vision Series, we invite you to join us here to reflect on the tasks you completed in the third module of the program.

Wednesday May 27

9:30-10:30am: Coffee and Conversation Chat: Providing Meaningful, Time-Efficient Feedback

Join FDC facilitators and colleagues for the second of an informal Coffee and Conversation Chat Series around topics of interest related to teaching and learning practice during the global pandemic. Our second chat is focused on the task of providing meaningful, time-efficient feedback, an important task for online or hybrid course instructors and research mentors. No registration is needed. Come when you can with your favorite morning beverage, and leave when you must.  Conversation will begin at 9:30am here 

Friday, May 29

3:00-4:15pm: Summer 2020 Vision: Redesign to Teach Online II – Week Four Debrief

If you are participating in our four-week planning process for online course redesign, part of our Summer 2020 Vision Series, we invite you to join us here to reflect on the tasks you completed in the fourth and final week of the program.

If you missed this session of the course but are interested in future iterations, please sign up for our waitlist here.

Week of May 18 – May 22

Tuesday, May 19

11:00am-12:15pm: Summer 2020 Vision: Remastering Your Research Experience – Week Two Debrief

If you are participating in our four-week planning process for redesigning your summer research project(s), part of our Summer 2020 Vision Series, we invite you to join us here to reflect on the tasks you completed in the second week of the program.

Wednesday May 20

9:30-10:30am: Coffee and Conversation Chat: Building Community Online

Join FDC facilitators and colleagues for the first of an informal Coffee and Conversation Chat Series around topics of interest related to teaching and learning practice during the global pandemic. Our first chat is focused on Building Community Online, an important task for online course instructors and research mentors. No registration is needed. Come when you can with your favorite morning beverage, and leave when you must.  Conversation will begin at 9:30am here 

Friday, May 22

3:00-4:15pm: Summer 2020 Vision: Redesign to Teach Online II – Week Three Debrief

If you are participating in our four-week planning process for online course redesign, part of our Summer 2020 Vision Series, we invite you to join us here to reflect on the tasks you completed in the third week of the program.

If you missed this session of the course but are interested in future iterations later this summer, please sign up for our waitlist here.

Week of May 11 – May 15

Tuesday, May 12

11:00am-12:15pm: Summer 2020 Vision: Remastering Your Research Experience – Week One Debrief

If you are participating in our four-week planning process for redesigning your summer research project(s), part of our Summer 2020 Vision Series, we invite you to join us here to reflect on the tasks you completed in the first week of the program.

Friday, May 15

3:00-4:15pm: Summer 2020 Vision: Redesign to Teach Online II – Week Two Debrief

If you are participating in our four-week planning process for online course redesign, part of our Summer 2020 Vision Series, we invite you to join us here to reflect on the tasks you completed in the second week of the program.

If you missed this session of the course but are interested in future iterations later this summer, please sign up for our waitlist here.

Week of May 4 – May 8

Friday, May 4

3:00-4:15pm: Summer 2020 Vision: Redesign to Teach Online II – Week One Debrief

If you are participating in our four-week planning process for online course redesign, part of our Summer 2020 Vision Series, we invite you to join us here to reflect on the tasks you completed in the first week of the program.

If you missed this session of the course but are interested in future iterations later this summer, please sign up for our waitlist here.